CoRe 3/2021 – Implementation of the ECN+ Directive

Issue 3/2021 of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe) is now available. In this edition, we have a special focus – we offer the first comprehensive overview of the implementation of Directive (EU) 2019/1 (the ECN+ Directive) in all EU Member States that have already transposed it or have published a draft national law. The Reports section is where you will find the analysis of the ECN+ implementation in 23 Member States, as well as a very useful summary of the status quo and trends in the transposition. Beyond this topic, in CoRe 3/2021 you can read articles on: killer acquisitions and other forms of anticompetitive collaborations with a case study on the pharma sector; the application of economic methodologies in quantifying sustainability benefits potentially stemming from an agreement, a merger, or State aid.

Read the open access overview and the special country reports on the implementation of the ECN+ Directive in:

Austria · Bulgaria · Croatia · Cyprus · Czech Republic · Denmark · Estonia · Finland · France · Germany · Hungary · Italy · Latvia · Lithuania · Luxembourg · Malta · Netherlands · Poland · Portugal · Slovak Republic · Slovenia · Spain · Sweden

Find out the possible implications for the Commission’s commitments policy from the annotation on the judgment by the Court of Justice:

Case C-132/19 P Groupe Canal +

 

Also in issue 3/2021 of CoRe, a review of Ariel Ezrachi’s book Competition and Antitrust Law: A Very Short Introduction and the most read post from our CoRe Blog over the last 6 months – ‘Corona and EU Economic Law: Free Movement of Goods’.


View the whole table of content of CoRe 3/2021: Here

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